Rolling to a Record

POSTED BY: News Department
Tuesday, February 10, 2004 - 12:23 AM
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After one quarter, it looked like a 1-17 team could hang with a 17-2 team.

Three quarters later, Zanesville set a school record with its 18th win, dominating Columbus Whetstone 52-20.

The Lady Devils only led 9-6 after the first eight minutes. Then, Zanesville held the Lady Braves to only 24 percent shooting while cruising to a 24-8 halftime lead.

Maddie McGarvey led ZHS with 15 points. Senior Jennifer Angler, who put blonde streaks in her hair before the game, finished with 11 points in her final home game. Senior Ashlee Jackson was also honored on senior night.

Whetstone finished the season 1-18, but without its head coach on hand. Assistant coach Gale Barnes told WHIZ that Lady Braves' head coach Errole Rembert couldn't attend the game because of a meeting. Barnes, who says he coached the varsity boys' team at Mifflin for 11 years, assumed the coaching responsibilities.

Zanesville has nine days off before facing Walnut Ridge in the D-I sectional.

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